She ran home, terrified, thinking: "If this is happening all over, we're in trouble." Later she learned that it IS happening all over. And today, the rate of forest destruction is far more terrifying than ever. "The frog does not drink up the pond in which it lives."
So, her life and writing has been a personal quest to find the way that people of goodwill can come together and declare a new "life game".
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We interviewed Ms Huddle on 8th April 2014.
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After a 9-month, 5000-mile bicycle trip across America (1976), Norie helped launch America’s antinuclear movement through Mobilization for Survival. Then, realizing we need a ‘new kind of positive movement’ to transform humanity, she created the Center for New National Security and began using her holistic systems training to design new systems that can enable a peaceful and sustainable global civilization.
During the 1980s, Norie visited the USSR on numerous occasions as a citizen diplomat. Her 1984 book Surviving: The Best Game on Earth, was a NYT Bestseller and introduced The Best Game on Earth— www.bestgame.org. Her 1990 book, Butterfly, has given birth to a global meme of transformation now used widely by people like Deepak Chopra, Barbara Marx Hubbard and many other spiritual leaders around the world.
Norie is an Advanced Practitioner of the Voice Dialogue Process, consults, writes and does executive coaching and public speaking on personal, organizational and planetary transformation. She and her husband live part-time in Ecuador where they are creating the Garden of Paradise, a small healing and retreat Center. In 2011, they won Ecuador’s (and the world’s) first lawsuit defending the Rights of Nature.
For more, see www.gardenofparadise.net and www.butterflyblessings.net